Activision announced the news during that time Q1 conversion call (Thank you, PelitRadar), and finally put an end to rumors that – not surprisingly – a new game of Call of Duty will be released this year. The publisher also confirmed that Sledgehammer Games will take the reins this year, for which it was responsible Call of Duty: WW2.
“We are excited about this year’s premium Call of Duty release,” Activision President Dan Alegre said. “The development is led by Sledgehammer Games. The game looks good and progresses in the fall  publication. “(It ‘s between September and December).
PS5 and Xbox Series X owners are delighted to hear that Call of Duty 2021 is “built [a] next generation experience “, according to Alegre, and that it” integrates and improves the existing COD ecosystem “. Call of Duty: Warzone, the “free-to-play Battle Royale” mode of the series, which will be updated as a result.
Now that the cat is out of the bag, Sledgehammer Games has since shared the news that the team is working on the next Call of Duty event and that the studio can’t wait to share more.
We’re so excited to lead the @CallofDuty payment this year, and we can’t expect to share more. https://t.co/pMuaFybT1rMay 4, 2021
Call of Duty 2021 is likely based on some features of the next generation Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Game supported 120 frames per second for those with a 120 Hz display, beam tracking and Advanced functions PS5 DualSense driver, so at least we expect these to return.
Call of Duty 2021 returns to a “more traditional” World War II regulation, but other rumors have suggested that the next CoD be placed on an “alternative timeline”. The game is apparently being developed with the same ‘IW8’ engine running Warzone and Modern Warfare (2019).
We look forward to receiving more information on the next Call of Duty service in the coming months as Activision’s marketing campaign for a successful campaign begins in earnest.